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Is Big Money Subverting US Elections And Democracy?

January 01, 1970 | Voice of America | News
Bernie Sanders, who won 23 state contests in his fading quest to become the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee, was buoyed for months by supporters’ small average donations of $27. Conversely, Republican contender Jeb Bush flamed out in February despite his well-heeled connections. Both experiences point to the limits of big money in U.S. politics, at least in the 2016 election cycle.
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